I have a customer who needs several of the standalone wireless AP's for three facilities. Which power adapters do I need to make them work, absent a POE switch? I'm assuming the part number options below all apply - just need to know which ones can be used off the existing switch and which ones need power within proximity of the AP location?
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All the SKU's in my post were pasted in from the SBCS pricing tool, so I assumed this was the place to ask. If you are certain I won't get the same answer from the group you're referring me to, I'll post it there, otherwise I'm hoping this is the correct community.
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